Bonds

We march these empty fields Within our crowded minds Searching for the remnant Of culture left behind; But what we find is puzzling, A nature quite veneered, Reflected in the eyes of those Native to the year We are carbon. Hydrogen and oxygen And a pocket full of nitrogen. We are life and death. Part …

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Layers of Reality: Exploring the Mental Landscape via the Voices of Lincoln, Dickinson, Poole, and Melville

  For millennia, language has served humanity as a bridge from one great mind to another. The channel opened by such meaningful discourse surpasses the faculties of all other animals and grants endowment of the title, homo-sapiens-sapiens -- man who thinks about thinking. It is within this capacity that the human species operates, building a …

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The Address: Changing the World in 272 Words

     Building on the brink of perception, mankind hoists symbols of finite experience- taking pride in that which both unites a culture, yet defines a fragment of the whole. As members of the human culture, we are each alone inexplicably incomplete. We are each a reformation of genes, expressed in a unique assembly of …

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